What We Love
- An elegant stay at a Georgian house hotel in a prime location, near the National ParksTaking in the lovely views over the rolling countryside towards the North Yorkshire Moors
- Enjoying a sumptuous cream tea included in your stay
- The warm welcome and super-friendly team of staff
What To Know
- This country estate is set on nine acres of manicured gardens
- The Georgian mansion dates back almost 200 years
- Free WiFi
Sandwiched between the rolling Yorkshire Dales and the rural idyll of the Vale of York sits classic Georgian mansion Solberge Hall. Dating back almost 200 years, and built by wealthy local landowner John Hutton, it boasts an imposing pillared entrance, solid red brick walls and an interior to match.
After checking out your classic-meets contemporary room, why not enjoy a crisp winter stroll in its nine acres of award-winning grounds or in the surrounding Yorkshire countryside. Return invigorated to a sumptuous afternoon or cream tea with the full works, then settle down by a roaring fire in the cosy lounge as you prepare yourself for a locally-sourced and seasonal dinner.
Fill your time here with a round of golf at a nearby club, visit Fountains Abbey and Studley Water Garden, or drive around legendary vet James Herriott country. For its effortless hospitality, delicious food and warm welcome Solberge Hall garnered a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
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We have been to this hotel five times, it's a wonderful place. Steve and Carole want to thank the staff and a special thank you to Gaye for making our breakfast special and we will be returning for Steve so birthday in July. Wonderful food and such a lovely place. Thank you
We have just spent a wonderful weekend at this hotel as a group of 11 for a brothers and sisters celebration, the hotel staff are amazing they couldn't not do enough for us, they allowed us to use a private dining room just for us for all our meals which was an extra bonus and was very much appreciated. The hotel is in the most marvellous country setting and the food was really good, a good Yorkshire breakfast. Thank you again to the wonderful staff you are all amazing people and should be proud of the level of service you give. We may be back next year.
Stayed here as my wife was a delegate at a conference in the hotel. Massive rooms, Lovely service especially at breakfast, Good local amenities. I didn't eat any meals other than breakfast in the hotel, so can't report on that. I've been here 3 times now and have never been even slightly disappointed
This is a lovely little hotel with some great friendly staff. Food was tasty too and reasonably priced.
The rooms are nice - mine was absolutely huge! No full length mirror though which is pretty weird!
Also the rooms were really hot! Everybody in my group had hot rooms with heating you can't control and windows you can barely open. Also the curtains / blinds are dreadful so in the morning the room is full of light whilst you're still asleep.
Free WiFi though and good parking.
Having a serious shellfish allergy I rarely have deep fried food as scampi is often cooked in the one fryer. The chef and waitress went out of their way to ensure I had a good meal. The chef cooked my food separately and I had a treat- chips! They were superb. Recommended.